Shoulder pain, knees ache, back hurt? These are common themes for firefighters bodies. Aches and pains are common but they don’t have to be. Here are 3 exercises that will help alleviate those aches and pains and help you perform better on (and off) the fire/rescue scene.
Reduce injuries with these fitness tips. Some people know exactly when it happened. They may have heard a pop in their shoulder, or felt like someone slapped them hard across the back of their leg. For others, it wasn’t a sudden snap that sidelined their workouts; it was just gradual overuse that caused joints or
Simple adjustments can go a long way to help your fitness progress. Its the dead of winter (at least here in the US), football season is over and spring seems so far away. This is also the excuse season, the time of the year where most people fall off the fitness wagon and start to
Yes, You Read that Correctly. Stop Exercising and Start Training. Yes, you read that correctly! Before I worked as a firefighter, I was a trainer in both large and small health clubs. During that time I would see a lot of people exercising consistently and with good intensity but only make a limited amount of
Earn Your Cake with this Fire Rescue Fitness Birthday Workout. The last 5 years (including this one) I have completed this special “Birthday” workout (on my birthday..lol) to help me measure my fitness and determine where I need improvement. This particular workout doesn’t require a lot of equipment and can be done at home